Wetek Core

Discussion in 'Internet Television Hardware' started by HelderLuis, Feb 15, 2016.

  1. HelderLuis

    HelderLuis Topic Starter Member

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    hello guys!

    I didn't see an page regarding this box, so i decided to create one myself.

    I use a wetek core for my entertainment center and i'm loving it.
    It's EZ to use and very intuitive.
    I use it mainly for netflix, as it plays in 1080p and flawlessly, kid uses it for the android games.
    Do you guys around here have one? or heard about it?

    cheers
     
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  2. niro

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    I read about it ..
    The good thing about it you can chose to run android on it or Linux

    and that's just wonderful..

    in case the android support is poor like Amiko A3 you can move to Linux ..

    it's better than throwing the box away ..
     
  3. HelderLuis

    HelderLuis Topic Starter Member

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    Yes awesome.
    Have mine a couple of months for now, very satisfied with it.
    We use it everyday here, netflix, or even streaming content from a NAS i have, 0 problems.
    I mean it eats batteries like crazy.... already on the second set, but i'll buy some rechargeable and fix this.
    Also the tablet interface sometimes is not the best, forcing you to use the mouse, but nothing major.

    Why the android support will be poor? the wetek community is huge and very active on their forum, if you have some problem just check there.
     
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    Which batteries you are talking about ?

    for RCU ?

    and yes I notice that their community is really active ..
     
  5. HelderLuis

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    Ye! RCU uses the batteries alot, but i Bought myself 4 rechargeable so i just keep switching, no hassle.
     

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